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Unilever Nigeria Plc.

Unilever Nigeria Plc. is where great people, terrific brands and proud traditions converge, to meet and satisfy the needs of people and families across Nigeria. We anticipate the aspirations of our consumers and customers and respond creatively and competitively with branded products and services that are good for them and good for others.

Unilever Nigeria Plc. is a member of the Unilever Group, one of the world's leading consumer goods companies whose food, home and personal care brands are used by 2.5 billion people all over the world on any given day. Unilever Nigeria Plc. was established in 1923 as a soap manufacturing company – West Africa Soap Company– by Lord Leverhulme. It later became known as Lever Brothers Nigeria. Today, it is the longest serving manufacturing organization in Nigeria.

After a series of mergers and acquisitions, the Company diversified into manufacturing and marketing of foods and personal care products. These mergers and acquisitions brought in Lipton Nigeria Limited in 1985, Cheesebrough Industries Limited in 1988 and Unilever Nigeria Limited in 1996. The Company changed its name to Unilever Nigeria Plc.

in 2001 in line with the global strategic direction of the business. The Company was quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in 1973 and is a truly multi-local, multinational organization with international and local brands in her portfolio. The international brands include Close-Up toothpaste, Pepsodent toothpaste, LUX beauty soap, Lifebuoy soap, Rexona, Vaseline lotion and Vaseline Petroleum Jelly in the Personal Care

Unit of the business; Lipton Yellow Label Tea and Knorr bouillon cubes in the Foods Unit; and OMO Multi-Active Detergent, Sunlight washing powder, Sunlight washing bar soap and Sunlight Dish washing liquid in the Home Care Unit. Other regional and local jewels include the Pears Baby Products range, Radiant washing powder and Royco bouillon cubes. The Company provides sources of income to tens of thousands of Nigerians who are shareholders, distributors, suppliers, service providers and employees.

Unilever believes in taking small everyday actions that can make a big difference for consumers, the communities in which it operates and the environment. A typical Unilever employee has passion and commitment to win and constantly looks for opportunity through insights to make a difference. Unilever subscribes to the highest standards of corporate behavior by being transparent in her dealings, fair in competition, and law abiding. In a challenging operating environment like Nigeria, the Company remains a pride in the area of Corporate Governance by strictly adhering to Unilever's Global Code of Business Principles (CoBP). The company is also a socially responsible and responsive organization. Unilever has delivered significant social investments that have helped create a brighter future for numerous Nigerians.

The company has also leveraged its great brands to impact lives positively. In line with the social mission of health and hygiene, through brands like Knorr bouillon cubes, Pepsodent and Lifebuoy, Unilever has organized various outreach programmes that have enlightened Nigerians on the health benefits of handwashing, brushing twice a day, having iron fortified bouillon cubes and addressing iron deficiency through behavioral change campaigns. The Company has high growth aspirations, with a vision to grow our business whilst decoupling our environmental footprint from our growth and increasing our positive social impact. An ambition which is consistent with our long history of doing well by doing good.

Unilever Nigeria’s confidence in the Nigerian economy is unwavering and will remain a major player in the country by continually investing, developing capabilities and growing brands that most suit the consumers’ needs.

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